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Commercial building permits (May 23)

  • Published Thursday, May 23, 2013, at 12 a.m.

The following applications for commercial building permits have been filed by contractors on the seventh floor of City Hall, 455 N. Main, and at the Sedgwick County Yard, Seneca and Stillwell.

City

Apartment Building, 1900 S. Rock Road, $5,000, repair, The Electrician.

Catholic Charities Adult Day Care, 5920 W. Central, $2,500, alteration, Homeland Roofing and Construction LLC.

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, 7011 E. 13th St., $77,000, renovation, Robl Construction.

Don Klausmeyer Construction, 2753 E. Kite, $145,378, house.

Heritage Homeworks, 9705 W. Conrey, $123,857, house.

Historic Site, 252 N. Mosley, $25,000, alteration, H.D. Mills Construction.

Jayhawk Family Construction, houses: 1821 N. 127th E., 1815 N. 127th E., each valued at $285,058.

Jim Gearhart Homes, 509 S. Evergreen Lane, $204,000, house.

Office Building, 4111 E. 37th N., $78,500, renovation, Eby Martin Construction.

Relph Construction, 4426 S. Chase, $123,527, house.

Sharp Construction, houses: 2505 N. Bayside, $233,415, 1534 N. Graystone, $252,107.

South High School, 3605 Gold, $273,400, remodel, $273,400, Danco Enterprises, $220,000, renovation.

Springhill Suites by Marriott, 6633 W. Kellogg, $18,000, swimming pool, $10,000, jacuzzi, Big Wave Pools.

Starkey McComas Apartments, 591 N. McComas, $1,620,000, building, Ink Construction.

Steve Seiler Construction, 360 S. City View, $170,253, house.

West Side Church of the Nazarene, 2300 S. Seneca, $209,800, addition, Compton Construction.

YMCA, 3405 S. Meridian, $200,000, building, Coonrod and Associates Construction.

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